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Hi Guys,

I am selling some of my HT gear.

First up is a Nokia N810 in MINT condition. Not a single scratch on it. I used it maybe twice since I bought it.

$180 US + shipping


Next we have a WebDT 366 and WebDT 375. Both units work great, power up just fine and have WinCE installed. The 366 comes with the built-in wireless card, carrying case and external battery. The 375 does not have any of that. They both come with power cables, but do not have docks.

I'm selling both together for $200 US + shipping


Next we have a Gyration GYR3101US remote. This is the exact same remote as the Fiire Chief, but without the Fiire Chief firmware. It comes with the dongle.

$80 US + shipping


Next up is a VIA VM7700. I believe this is the same unit that Fiire use to resell as the Fiire Invisible. It's a fanless unit and can be mounted to the back of any VESA compatible LCD. This unit was not purchased through Fiire and does not come with any of their software. Additionaly it does not have a hard drive installed, although it accepts a standard 2.5" laptop drive.

Processor: 1.5GHz Via Eden Pro


Price: $500 US + shipping


And last we have the HTPC. I am unsure of exactly how functional this is with LinuxMCE. I had 0710 running very well, but some effort was required. I have not tried 810.

Processor: Intel Core2 Q6600 (2.4GHz quad core)
Motherboard: GA-73PVM-S2H
Hard drive: 120GB
Case: Thermaltake Mozart SX

  • Built-in infrared receiver
  • ThemalTake Multimedia Remote
  • Front display LCD for media metadata
  • HDMI out
  • SuperMulti DVD writer

Price: $450 US + shipping

Marketplace / Re: FS: WebDT 570LX - 17" Monitor /w embedded PC
« on: May 01, 2009, 06:27:50 pm »
Price dropped again.

Marketplace / Re: FS: Two Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 /w remotes
« on: April 08, 2009, 06:38:53 am »
These are also both sold now.


What's going on with these?  Have they shipped yet?  Hello?!  Is this thing on?

Hi Seer.

Glad you have received the cards now.


Marketplace / Re: FS: Two Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 /w remotes
« on: March 26, 2009, 08:35:25 pm »
These are also both sold now.


Marketplace / Re: FS: WebDT 570LX - 17" Monitor /w embedded PC
« on: March 23, 2009, 05:37:21 pm »
Price dropped, RAM upgraded and detailed specs listed.

Marketplace / Re: FS: Two Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 /w remotes
« on: March 16, 2009, 07:40:54 pm »
Since Seth has not responded to any of my PMs, these are now available again. Price has also been dropped.

Marketplace / Re: FS: Two Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 /w remotes
« on: March 05, 2009, 09:34:14 am »
If you take both I will do $50/each + shipping.

Marketplace / Re: FS: WebDT 570LX All-in-One Desktop
« on: February 24, 2009, 10:51:09 pm »
This unit does support network boot and will boot UI1. The processor however is 500MHz and it has 1GB of PC2700 DDR RAM.

Marketplace / FS: WebDT 570LX - 17" Monitor /w embedded PC
« on: February 23, 2009, 12:57:16 pm »
Boots and runs LinuxMCE UI1. No problem decoding DivX/XVID/MPEG. I mainly used it as a web browser in my kitchen for e-mails and office programs.

This is a WebDT 570LX 17" unit. It is a monitor with PC and speakers integrated into it. Perfect for a low profile computer in the kitchen, bed room, or nook. Great for web browsing, school work or office applications. In perfect working condition. Keyboard, mouse and power supply are included.

Processor: AMD Geode 512MHZ

1x Headphone jack
1x Microphone jack
2x RS-232 serial port
1x Parallel port
3x USB
1x Ethernet

$270 US +shipping

Marketplace / FS: Two Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 /w remotes
« on: February 23, 2009, 12:54:40 pm »
I have two of the infamous Hauppauge WinTV PVR-150's with remotes, in their original box. Linux MCE Wiki:

This seems to be one of the easiest to use and best supported capture cards for LinuxMCE. It is automatically detected by LinuxMCE.

$60US + shipping/each

Marketplace / Re: Fiire Chief remotes
« on: February 23, 2009, 12:45:35 pm »
Hey Guys,

Sorry, I haven't been around to follow up on this thread. Since the complaint about the price I just assumed nobody was interested. I still have both remotes, including one dongle per remote. Price is still $140US + shipping each. If you are interested please send me a PM.

For the record, I am not related in any way to jgaffney. I have the utmost respect for anyone who contributes to an open source project, and being a developer myself would be more inclined to fix broken code than waste everyone's time crying like a little girl about it.


Marketplace / Re: Fiire Chief remotes
« on: December 19, 2008, 06:48:28 pm »
That's what the other one sold for a few posts down...  ???

You can't buy these anymore, unless you buy a Fiire station, so I think the price is fair. They're both under a year old, and have only been used twice.

Marketplace / Fiire Chief remotes
« on: December 19, 2008, 07:43:13 am »
I have two Fiire Chief remotes for sale. These are now sold.

Installation issues / Re: 110 baud rate for Olevia 537H LCD
« on: October 30, 2008, 02:04:01 pm »

I have Olevia 537H LCD that has a serial port. This TV accepts commands from serial port at 115200 baud rate. However, the initial "power on" command needs to be sent at 110 baud rate. I have verified this functionality using Windows XP.

/usr/pluto/bin/TestSerialPort command does not accept 110 as a baud rate.

Is there any other way to send data on serial port at 110 baud rate ?

Your help is very much appreciated.

The Olevia 537H manual doesn't mention anything about sending the power on command at 110 baud. My Olevia 747i didn't require anything like that. Perhaps you need to play with your codes a little. This model seems to be pretty funny, requiring an initial sequence of characters to negotiate the port speed and then pauses in between ever two bytes.

From what I understand of the manual a basic power on sequence would look like this:

0x02 0x00 0x00 0x13 0x01 0x00 <delay 8ms> 0x50 0xBE <delay 8ms> 0x50 0xEF <delay 8ms> 0x50 0x25 <delay 8ms> 0x50 0x00 <delay 8ms> 0x50 0x29

You can take a look at the device template I made for the Olevia 747i. Yours will probably be similar.

Installation issues / Re: Running 7.10 on Kubuntu 8.10
« on: October 01, 2008, 06:59:10 am »
It may be possible to simply build the updated driver and replace the current module. The "rough draft" instructions for this are also in the Wiki under "Upgrading the Kernel". For a single video driver you are probably better off using this method. Upgrading the whole kernel requires a lot of effort to fix all of the things it breaks.

Keep in mind these instructions are not perfect, a little experience with Linux will be a huge benefit.

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